Nursing professional development practitioners led the evaluation of the graphic representation of a health system’s professional practice model (PPM) based on evolving expectations and key constructs of a PPM. The aim was to capture direct care nurse perceptions to guide adoption of a revised graphical depiction of the PPM. The specific benefit for nursing professional development practitioners is the ongoing relatability of the PPM to nursing for sustainability of clinical excellence.
Susan A. Winslow, DNP, NEA-BC, is System Director of Professional Practice, Sentara Healthcare, Williamsburg, Virginia.
Susan D. Cutrell, MSN, NE-BC, is IMPAACT Manager, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, Virginia.
Pamela M. Downs, BSN, CVN, is Unit Coordinator Certified, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, Virginia.
Genemarie W. McGee, MS, BSN, NEA-BC, is Corporate Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, Sentara Healthcare, Norfolk, Viriginia.
Kelly F. Winslow, MS, BSN, CEN, is Manager of Professional Practice, Sentara Princess Anne Hospital, Virginia Beach, Virginia.
The authors declare no conflicts of interest.
ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE: Susan A. Winslow, Sentara Healthcare, 100 Sentara Circle, Williamsburg VA 23188 (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).